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Kyo


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Author: TAKASHIGE Hiroshi
Artist: MINAGAWA Ryoji
Genres: Action ActionShounen Shounen
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: A Japanese police officer named Kyo Kugayama and Kyo Hoshina, a 12-year old genius with an IQ of 250, embark on a quest to investigate a person known as the Professor. Nothing is known about him, except he is said to be a genius like Hoshina and said to be linked to multiple bombing attacks in Japan when Hoshina was recalled from the US to assist the National Police Agency in their investigation of the bombing cases.
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Title Group Contributor Date
Vol.1 Ch.6: Freezing Death (2nd half)
Gantz_Waitingroom Ikkyusan 3 days ago
Vol.1 Ch.5: Freezing Death (1st half)
Gantz_Waitingroom Ikkyusan 3 days ago
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4 Comments

Keep in mind this started in 1996.

I always cringe whenever someone uses such a high IQ as a measure of intelligence. Isn't 160 or so good enough? It is always better to convince the reader that the character is smart through their actions instead of telling them.

Because, as politicians in US have discovered, if you repeat "Alternate Facts" enough times people start believing them. And that's easier than actually doing things.

I always cringe whenever someone uses such a high IQ as a measure of intelligence. Isn't 160 or so good enough? It is always better to convince the reader that the character is smart through their actions instead of telling them.

Mildly entertaining, if you can ignore how they say "as expected from the 250 IQ kid who has studied in America" 2-3 times every chapter.


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